Right now orange construction barrels are sitting alongside southbound 471 in Northern Kentucky. Starting Friday evening crews will be moving them into place as reconstruction starts on the interstate.
Kentucky Transportation Cabinet District Engineer Rob Hans said it’s a continuation of a project that started last year.
Update: Botanist Jack Keegan reports the 'corpse flower' is now blooming. The flower typically blooms for only a few hours. Miami does not plan to pollinate it so Keegan says tonight's the night to get to Oxford if you want to see it in bloom. Keegan is expecting large crowds. The Belk Greenhouse will be open until at least 11 p.m. Tuesday.
Original story posted: April 2, 2013 at 5:17 p.m.
A rare flower is just about ready to bloom at Miami University and unlike its relative the calla lily, you may want to hold your nose when you see the Titan Arum.